Jets guard Willie Colon said quarterback Geno Smith didn’t give any sort of “Disney pep talk” before leading Monday night’s game-winning drive. The rookie just went in and got the job done.
Last week, I pegged the Jets as not ready for prime time. Hence the crow, which I’ll gladly chow down if it means I’ve just witnessed the turning point in the maturity of Gang Green.
If somebody is going to take the blame for New York’s miserable start, it’s Tom Coughlin. The 67-year-old coach pointed the finger at himself for the Giants’ worst start since the 1987 strike season.
Justin Tuck refuses to blame the New York Giants’ woe-and-five start on quarterback Eli Manning and the team’s struggling offense.
Even if the Giants QB straightens himself out by Thursday’s game in Chicago — another likely loss for 0-6 — it will be far too little, way too late. Like the cops at a crime scene say, “Go home, folks, nothing to see here.”
Only three of the NFL’s five unbeaten teams could make it to five wins. Kansas City, New Orleans and Denver moved to 5-0 Sunday, while New England and Seattle finally lost.
If the Falcons don’t start winning, they can forget about those Super Bowl hopes. Meanwhile, the Jets don’t want to slip below .500 — especially on national television.
Jerry Recco wiped off his nose then began his first update of the morning with the latest surrounding the 0-5 New York Giants, after Eli Manning threw a few costly interceptions in the fourth quarter on Sunday.
Mark Sanchez finished 14 of 31 for 230 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions — but was done in by a few tipped passes.
Jet fans — start worrying! Any way you break this game down, it figures to be another struggle for Gang Green.
Sometimes, these things are just too easy. Bradshaw put up career-highs with 30 carries and 200 yards to go with a touchdown.
Houston has put the rest of the AFC on notice with their smothering defense and balanced, high-scoring offense. The Jets? Well, that’s another story.
The New York Daily News described Umenyiora as “frantic,” declining to answer postgame questions.
Hakeem Nicks remains down, Ramses Barden steps up. Barden goes down, Rueben Randle steps up. It goes like that for the Giants. Not so much for the Jets.
In Week 4 we did pretty well, 9-4-1. It was nice to start winning some games again. That got us to .500 for the season and hopefully the trend continues in Week 5. Week 5 […]